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GEN-PROC-ERROR When Opening Inbound Data Sets Screen (Doc ID 2592711.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 03, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Health Insurance Claims Adjudication - Version 3.19.1.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On :  3.19.1.0.0 version, User Interface
Inbound Data Sets


When opening the Inbound Data Sets Screen it gives GEN-PROC-ERROR indicating that credentials have to be defined. This is related to the property settings:
- ohi.application.uri.CONF (configuration migration)
- ohi.application.uri.PRD (product definition).
These settings should not be necessary and credentials should not have to be set if this functionality is not being used.
This is already discussed with development and included in (Bug 30109296 - INBOUND DATA SET PAGE RAISES GEN-PROC-ERR ON REQUESTAUTHENTICATIONEXCEPTION ).
ERROR
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Error  GEN-PROC-ERR; nested exception is  org.glassfish.jersey.client.authentication.RequestAuthenticationException:  Credentials must be defined for basic authentication. Define username and  password either when creating HttpAuthenticationFeature or use

GEN-PROC-ERR; nested exception is
org.glassfish.jersey.client.authentication.RequestAuthenticationException:
Credentials must be defined for basic authentication. Define username and
password either when creating HttpAuthenticationFeature or use specific
credentials for each request using the request property (see
HttpAuthenticationFeature).
Error
Credentials must be defined for basic authentication. Define username and
password either when creating HttpAuthenticationFeature or use specific
credentials for each request using the request property (see
HttpAuthenticationFeature).


Cause

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